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TITLES, AUTHORS NAMES, &c. of the Publi cations reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES, in the Extracts, see the INDEX, at the End of the Volume.
Arts, fecond, from the York
ADVENTURES of a Hackney Coach,
AGRICULTURE. See RozIER.
AMERICAN War, a Poem,
lea Differtations from,
ANDREWS'S Two Additional Letters to
ARNOLD. See MAYER.
ANDREWS's Baron, &c. a Mufical Co
ANECDOTA Græca, &c.
ANECDOTES of Olave the Black,
AUSTIN'S Examination of the
BLACK on the Small-Pox,
BRYANT's Vindicia Flaviana, 429
BURTON's Poem on Superftition, &c.
ARON, &c. a Comedy,
BARRINGTON's Mifcellanies, 263 BATAVIA, Memoirs of a Society of Arts and Sciences established there, 540
Thoughts; or Inquiry into our national Difcontents, &c.
CARDIPHONIA, of, the Utterance of the
Buckford's Thoughts on dusting
AST Indies, Tracts relative to, 71,
156, 312, 468
EPISTLE from a Cat, &c.
Poetic, to Robertson,
Heroic, from Veftris, to Hei-
ESSAY on culinary Poisons,
on Female Education,
on the Character of Methodism,
on the Seduction of Women, 237
FAMILIAR Epiftle from a Cat to
FAWCETT on Religious Melancholy,
FEARNE's Copies of Opinions, &c. 394
FERBER'S Phyfico-metallurgical Differta-
tions on the Mountains and Quarries
FIELDING's "Brothers," an Eclogue,
FISCHER uber die gefchichte des Defpo-
FOREIGN LITERATURE, 137, 227,
FREE Thoughts on the Continuance of
Crabbi's Library, a poem 128.
HAYLEY'S Triumphs of Temper, a
HELP to Elocution,
HZRIOT's Defcriptive Poem, written in
Cobler's Letter to the Author of
HIRD's affectionate Tribute to the Me-
HISTOIRE de l' Academie des Sciences, &c.
de l'Acad. Royale des Sciences
HISTORICAL Anecdote relative to the
HISTORY of Defpotifm in Germany, 467
of the Chevalier Bayard, 47
HOLCROFT'S Duplicity, a Comedy, 370
HOLE's Tranflation of Homer's Hymn to
HOLLOWAY'S Letter to the Jury who
HOLL's Affize Sermon,
HUDSON'S Land-Valuer's Affiftant, 392
HURD's Sermons, Vols. II. and III. 117
Hydraulie Epper. ke Ximenes
ACKSON's Treatife on Sympathy, 240
dicial Cuftoms of the Saxon and Nor-
Affemblies under the Saxon and Nor-
JOHNSON's Temple of Fashion, 235
JOURNAL d'un Voyage, &c. See SUL-
JOURNAL of Capt. Cook's laft Voyage,
JUSTAMOND's Tranflation of the Life of